Mockup-based Navigational Diagram for the Development of Interactive Web Applications

The web industry has evolved very rapidly since its beginning from read-only static content to fully interactive applications. As opposed to traditional software applications, the development of a web application is a challenging and complex task involving many phases with different type of stakeholders. In fact, the majority of web applications do get shredded away or fail to gain popularity due the simple fact that the application does not meet and achieve usability goals with the accuracy and level outlined by the experts at the early. In this research studies, we propose a communication channel to automate the process between user interface prototyping and formalized software architecture in order to bridge the gap between the different stakeholders. As user interfaces provide a rich source of user requirements, an approach is being investigated to formalize requirements analysis from user interface using a proposed Mockup-based navigational diagram that can be translated to other architectural models and therefore the possibility of automated code generation.

Full paper : http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2503864

To cite:
I. Bouchrika, L. Ait-Oubelli, A. Rabir & N. Harrathi. Mockup-based navigational diagram for the development of interactive web applications. In .Proceedings of the ACM 2013 International Conference on Information Systems and Design of Communication, pp. 27-32. Lisbon, Portugal, 2013.

Bibtex:

@inproceedings{bouchrika2013mockup,
title={Mockup-based navigational diagram for the development of interactive web applications},
author={Bouchrika, Imed and Ait-Oubelli, L and Rabir, A and Harrathi, N},
booktitle={Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Information Systems and Design of Communication},
pages={27–32},
year={2013},
organization={ACM}
}

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